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Need a change? Difficult but possible moving opportunities

paloftoon

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Try to move to like the middle of nowhere and get incentives to stay at said place for like 6-12 months minimum. If you can drive, that might be essential. But if you're looking for a fresh start and ready to move anywhere in the US of areas that are remote or semi-remote, this may be the way for you to go.
 

Slime_Punk

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I'm always skeptical about these sorts of things. Something tells me they either have radioactive drinking water or an active fire burning underground, but then I remind myself that areas like Flint, MI and Gary, IN exist... and there's certainly no incentive to live there (on purpose)!
 

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